I think nothing comes to your mind when you are hungry and have less time but hey that’s not it. Here we are not discussing about Maggi Noodles but Maggie Pilaf.
You must have heard about many types of pulao but from the caption, you can guess how uncanny it sounds when I say “Pulao” made up with Maggi masala twist. Believe me,it was a lip-smacking combo.
Those who are on diet can’t afford to have the ramen noodles or our favourite Maggi, so it is a good news for those Maggi lovers who want to have the typical Maggi masala flavour with lesser calories. Apart from the rice it has chicken which is a better source of protein.
Let’s get into the nutritional factor of the key ingredients.
Basmati rice-Rice is a natural source of carbohydrates which is usually considered as a junk food for all diet freaks. If you consume it every 15-20 days in limited quantity, it can be a treat to your taste buds and it will not bother your diet schedule too.
Chicken-Chicken is the best source of protein. Most important factor is it’s a low-fat rich protein food. Chicken breast is also a very good source of selenium, phosphorus, vitamin B6.
- 1cup Long-grain basmati rice (soaked for 15 minutes)
- 2 cups of water
- 1 ½ Maggi masala-e-magic 6gram sachet.
- 2tbsp tomato ketchup
- 1tbsp green chilli sauce
- 1tsp olive oil
- 250 grams chicken breast (cut into thin slices)
- Salt as per taste
- 1tbsp pepper powder
- Marinate the chicken with black pepper and salt.
- Pan on medium flame.
- Put the oil followed by the chicken.
- Cook till the chicken is half done.
- Put the water into the pan.
- Put Maggi masala-e-magic, tomato ketchup and green chilli sauce.
- Let the water boil.
- Put the soaked rice and give it a stir. Let it cook for 10-15 minutes/till the rice is done.
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